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Lyrically, the song sees Timberlake in pursuit of a woman in a club, "something he's undoubtedly had little trouble doing over the years". Timberlake commands the object of his affection to "give in" to her "physical impulses". Timbaland chants, "Dance... Don't hold the wall", in a voice that sounds "as if it is coming through a broken phone receiver", according to Allan Raible of ABC News. According to Lipshutz, Timbaland's production on the song is "the star" of The 20/20 Experience. He wrote that "there are so many things happening" in the song that it takes five listens just to "process them".
People who hold in their poop too often may start to lose the urge to poop, which may result in fecal incontinence. Other people may experience constipation. Constipation can be very uncomfortable, and it may lead to more severe problems.
Occasionally holding in poop is not harmful. Sometimes people are either not close to a bathroom or in a situation where it is inappropriate to go to the bathroom. Others are too shy or embarrassed to poop in a public place and prefer to wait until they get home.
An older paper suggests that children who experience constipation may develop the habit of holding in their poop to avoid painful bowel movements. Some children may withhold their poop if they find toilet training too challenging.
Some children may withhold their stool after experiencing constipation. The memory of painful bowel movements can lead to a refusal to poop. As the child continues to hold their poop, their lower colon will accumulate stool until it is full.
With repeated withholding, the child may lose rectal sensations, which leads to irregularities in their urge to poop. When the rectum is full, softer stool may start to leak around the accumulated poop. With reduced sensation, the child may poop involuntarily.
It is not advisable for a person to hold in their poop. However, if they find themselves in a situation in which it is inappropriate to poop, or they are unable to get to a restroom, they may be able to control the relevant muscles until it is an acceptable time to poop.
People experiencing constipation because they regularly hold their poop can consult a pharmacist for advice on how to prevent constipation. Pharmacists can recommend the most appropriate over-the-counter laxatives.
People might hold in their poop because it is a socially inappropriate time to go, or they are not close to a bathroom. Holding in poop occasionally is not dangerous, but if it becomes a habit, people may experience health effects.
It was a political earthquake, really. It fired up voters left and center and some on the center-right - you know, thought that they - that the court had gone too far and Republicans had gone too far. We saw, for example, in Arizona, exit polls showed 40% of voters said they were angry about the Roe decision, and anger is a huge motivator. The numbers were similar in Pennsylvania and Nevada, and there's going to have to be, clearly, a reckoning within the Republican Party because Trump's politics just do not hold up well in purple states and purple districts.
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Animation has also evolved considerably in the past 20 years, and more care is given to creating faithful adaptations of fan-favorite manga than in the past. Several older anime classics, particularly some from the early 2000s, don't hold up to modern standards of both animation and narrative quality.
Part of Shonen Jump's original Big Three, alongside One Piece and Naruto, Bleach has fallen behind the other two as time has gone on. The show doesn't offer the same re-watch value and is now overshadowed by its successors. Once again, too much filler and poor animation quality hold this anime back.
The Google Nest Thermostat introduces different ways to manage temperature control for your home. When you set your Nest Thermostat to hold the temperature, it will maintain that specific temperature for as long as you want.
This is convenient if you want your thermostat to ignore scheduled or automatic temperature changes for a while and stay at a specific temperature. Here are a couple of examples of when starting a hold may be helpful:
17 (A) Don't hold grudges. On the other hand, it's wrong not to correct someone who needs correcting. 18 (B) Don't be angry or try to take revenge. I am the Lord, and I command you to love others as much as you love yourself.
Beyond the context of the current emergency, theorists have long noted how in our contemporary condition of late capitalism, failure and crisis seem to be not only inevitable, but integral aspects of how our politico-economic system operates. As Dimitris Dalakoglou and many alongside him have observed, failure appears to be a means whereby this system reflects, revises and restarts, although without ever challenging any underlying structures (Dalakoglou 2017: xiii). Without downplaying the effects of the still unfolding pandemic, we thus extend our interests in this introduction to the fragility of how things hold together more generally (Gan and Tsing 2018).
It is difficult to tell whether or not the currently omnipresent sense of failure, dysfunction, and breakdown is specific to our contemporary condition of late capitalism. Yet, alongside numerous other authors (Appadurai and Alexander 2019; Beekers and Kloos 2017; Carroll et al. 2017; Howe and Takaragawa 2017; Martínez and Laviolette 2019), we wish to interpret the ubiquity of these diagnoses as a sign of their importance for ethnographic inquiry more broadly considered. These concepts are integral aspects of how the everyday holds together and is made sense of. Hence, we are curious about their meanings, multiplicities, and uses as descriptive and sense-making devices. We also wonder what their capacities are as heuristics for making sense of the contemporary.
Bladder training is a preventive method that helps you retrain your bladder to hold more urine. This is a mind-body approach that helps your brain and bladder learn to tolerate the presence of more urine before creating the urge that you have to go right away.
Gas stations place a hold on your debit card when you swipe it at the pump, to protect themselves. The hold can last for up to several hours. (Federal law now prohibits a hold from lasting more than a day).
There has been a lot of debate over who is actually holding onto your money: the gas station or your bank. The Association of Convenience Stores explained to the Cleveland Plain Dealer in an investigation last year that the gas station decides on the amount, but it's your bank actually locking up the funds.
Holding your breath for too long while swimming deprives your brain and other organs of necessary oxygen and prevents the necessary release of carbon dioxide. It can result in blacking out, which in turn can lead to death. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a study in 2015 that found 16 cases of underwater loss of consciousness related to breath holding in strong swimmers, four of which were fatal.
Great leadership isn't about you. It isn't about you taking sides. It isn't about you holding grudges and it surely isn't about your skills. It's about your people. It's about the employee who could not trust you enough to inform you of a decision. It's about your reaction to that employee. Unfortunately, though, very few managers (who think they are leaders) are able to act on the wisdom of leadership. The case above shows an otherwise excellent manager failing to be a leader. It shows a manager who aspires to be a leader but cannot keep his ego aside. 2b1af7f3a8